Introductions & Greetings - The LS has won me over....in Kansas




scatesracing
12-29-2011, 04:00 PM
I have always been a nitrous guy... But i have been planning a switch to turbos for awhile now. In the process I have realized that the LS series is superior many ways. Im leaning toward a LQ9, but i am here to learn the ins and outs. Thanks in advance for all your help and input Travis


A.R. Shale Targa
01-02-2012, 09:35 AM
Welcome to the site. The LQ4 seems to be the choice for boosted application
with 9.5 comp dished pistons. Many on here put a good used 02-04 ZO6 cam
in with aftermarket valvesprings for a streetable 8-9 lbs of boost on 93 fuel.
BTW how far from Claflin, KS are you ?? Knew some dirt streetstock racers
from there...Cates Brothers (Barry and Donny)

greendrazil
01-02-2012, 09:43 AM
I don't know your background, but I may know a few people in the area that can help you.


scatesracing
01-08-2012, 10:58 PM
Welcome to the site. The LQ4 seems to be the choice for boosted application
with 9.5 comp dished pistons. Many on here put a good used 02-04 ZO6 cam
in with aftermarket valvesprings for a streetable 8-9 lbs of boost on 93 fuel.
BTW how far from Claflin, KS are you ?? Knew some dirt streetstock racers
from there...Cates Brothers (Barry and Donny)

Derby is just south of Wichita... Thats a pretty good drive from Claflin. probably 3 hours...I was looking at the lq4 too. not sure yet . i may just find me a 6.0 block and go from there...?

scatesracing
01-08-2012, 11:02 PM
I don't know your background, but I may know a few people in the area that can help you.

I appreciate any help i can get....I know there are some guys around here making a lot of power with them. I have a lot of weight to move